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Learn about how life’s better within the forest products industry, where you’ll find a career you love in a community that offers amenities and natural beauty.
Learn about how life’s better within the forest products industry, where you’ll find a career you love in a community that offers amenities and natural beauty.
100 Mile House is a town and district municipality located in the South Cariboo region of central British Columbia, Canada.
Alma offers rich culture diverse activities, events and attractions. The community is located on the coast of Lac Saint-Jean and approximately 175 km north of Quebec City.
Amos is a small town located on the Harricana River. The community sits between Rouyn-Noranda and Val-d’Or and offers many four-season family activities.
Annacis Island is an island located in the south arm of the Fraser River, in Delta, British Columbia. The island is now mostly industrial, and it contains one of Metro Vancouver’s secondary wastewater treatment plants.
The City of Armstrong is located in the North Okanagan of the Canadian province of British Columbia, between Vernon and Enderby.
Athabasca, originally named Athabasca Landing, is a town in northern Alberta, Canada. It is located 145 km north of Edmonton at the intersection of Highway 2 and Highway 55, on the banks of the Athabasca River.
Atholville is a village in Restigouche County, New Brunswick, Canada. The first inhabitants of the area were the Mi’kmaq who settled there in the 6th century BC and were then called Tjikog.
Baie-Comeau is a city located approximately 420 kilometres north-east of Quebec City in the Côte-Nord region of the province of Quebec, Canada. It is located on the shores of the Saint Lawrence River near the mouth of the Manicouagan River, and is the seat of Manicouagan Regional County Municipality.
Baker Brook is a village in Madawaska County, New Brunswick.
Bancroft is located in the heart of Ontario, tucked away from the bustle of the big city but close enough to visit. Central to several mid-sized cities and halfway between Toronto and Ottawa, Bancroft offers the tranquility of the Canadian Shield with all the amenities of a modern community. Built alongside the York River in the mid-1800s, Bancroft sits at the northern tip of Hastings County and the southern end of Algonquin Park.
Barwick is a village in the Rainy River district located in Ontario.
Bathurst is the county seat for Gloucester County, New Brunswick, and is at the estuary of the Nepisiguit River.
Bear Lake is an unincorporated settlement in northern British Columbia, approximately 70 km north of Prince George along Highway 97.
Bearn is located in the center of the MRC in Témiscamingue. Accessible via Route 391, it is home to nearly 800 people. A variety of sports and leisure facilities are available for locals to enjoy, including: a softball field, an indoor skating rink, a library, several parks and spray parks.
Belledune is a Canadian village that straddles both Restigouche County and Gloucester County, New Brunswick. The community of Belledune was created through the amalgamation of Jacquet River, Armstrong Brook, and Belledune in 1994.
Blue Ridge is a hamlet in northwest Alberta, Canada within Woodlands County. It is located on Highway 658, 7 kilometres north of Highway 43 and 3 kilometres south of the Athabasca River. It is midway between the towns of Whitecourt and Mayerthorpe and approximately 159 kilometres northwest of Edmonton.
Bois-Franc is located north of Maniwaki, in the Gatineau Valley, 140 km north of Gatineau in the Outaouais region.
Boyle, Alberta is located 160 kilometres north of Edmonton on Highway 63 at a terrain ‘pinchpoint’ (lakes & hills!) where, in a 10km wide swath, the main highway to Ft McMurray, the CN Railway to Ft McMurray, and 4 pipelines all come together.
From a settlement in the early 1800s to an officially designated City in 1974, today, Brampton is a diverse, cosmopolitan, and vibrant place to be. From a population of 500 in 1853 to 523,911 in 2011, Brampton is Canada’s second fastest growing and the 9th largest city. The Province of Ontario has designated Brampton as an urban growth area and by 2031, the City’s population is expected to grow to 725,000.
Situated on the picturesque Grand River, the city of Brantford is located in the heart of Southern Ontario, with direct access to Hwy. 403 and close proximity to other major highways, rail lines and three major Canadian ports of entry.
Burnaby is a great place to live, learn, work and play. We are committed to strengthening our overall well-being and growing into the future as a liveable, vibrant and sustainable community. Burnaby works to facilitate an engaged and active citizenry, a healthy economy and a real respect for the natural environment.
Dive into a world of adventure in picturesque Burns Lake, located halfway between Prince George and Prince Rupert along Highway 16. With over 3000 miles of fishing, world class mountain biking, unique downtown shops, and incredible scenery, the Lakes District has something for everyone!
Cabano is an old town in the Témiscouata Regional County Municipality, located in the Bas-Saint-Laurent administrative region of Quebec, Canada. It is part of the new town of Témiscouata-sur-le-Lac.
Calgary, a cosmopolitan Alberta city with numerous skyscrapers, owes its rapid growth to its status as the centre of Canada’s oil industry. However, it’s still steeped in the western culture that earned it the nickname “Cowtown,” evident in the Calgary Stampede, its massive July rodeo and festival that grew out of the farming exhibitions once presented here.
Named one of the top five quality of life destinations in North America by Foreign Direct Investment Magazine, Campbell River offers a balanced lifestyle surrounded by nature. With the waters of Discovery Passage at our shoreline and majestic mountains as a backdrop, Campbell River is located at the 50th parallel on the east coast of northern Vancouver Island. We are the third largest city on the island, with a population of more than 37,500, and the urban service centre and hub community for approximately 60,000 people living and working in our region.
Unparalleled in its natural beauty, Canal Flats is nestled at the base of the western slope of the Canadian Rockies, in the heart of the scenic East Kootenay. Centrally located halfway between the commercial centre of Cranbrook to the south and Invermere to the North, Canal Flats enjoys the best of all worlds.
Candiac is an off-island suburb of Montreal, in the Canadian province of Quebec; it is located on the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River opposite Montreal near La Prairie.
Canoe, British Columbia, is a semi-rural community in British Columbia within the larger City of Salmon Arm. The community lies on the south side of Shuswap Lake, northeast of the city centre, just off the Trans Canada Highway.
In Castlegar, you can balance work and lifestyle with an enviable climate that offers an unlimited range of outdoor recreational activities. Championship golf courses, two world-class alpine ski resorts, groomed cross country ski trails, and endless hiking, mountain biking, and camping possibilities are just some of the activities found in Castlegar and surrounding area!
Chapais is a community in the Canadian province of Quebec, located on Route 113 near Chibougamau in the Jamésie region. It is surrounded by, but not a part of, the municipality of Baie-James.
The Township of Chapleau is situated within the Boreal Forest and Arctic Watershed Region of Northern Ontario. Chapleau is best known for being the home of the world’s largest Crown Game Preserve, as well as being the 2011 winners of WFN’s Ultimate Fishing Town Canada contest.
Chase is the western gateway to the recreational splendor of the Shuswap Region. We are located on the shores of Little Shuswap Lake in the mountainous eastern region of the South Thompson River Valley. Mount Scatchard and Mount Boysee dominate the southern horizon, while the northern side of the valley is defined by the Shuswap Highlands that rise to 1,830 meters.
Chemainus, on Vancouver Island’s east shore is a little town snuggled in between a mountain range and the ocean, isolated with a river cutting it off from the south and a major highway to the north. A town that was born of the hands of labourers, with its only industry failing, Chemainus showed the world its true spirit and determination, and was to achieve fame through the hands of artists.
The District of Chetwynd is located in the foothills of the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains. It is British Columbia’s entrance to the mighty Peace River Country. Located at the junction of Highways 97 and 29 and the CN Rail mainline. Chetwynd is the natural transportation hub of the Peace River area.
Chipman is a Canadian village in Queens County, New Brunswick. The village of Chipman is located on the banks of the Salmon River at the head of the Grand Lake, the largest freshwater lake in the Maritime provinces.
Welcome to Clair, a picturesque crossroads of social and economic activity in upper Madawaska. An international bridge over the majestic Saint John River links the village to the community of Fort Kent, ME (U.S.) Visit the Catholic Church which houses noted religious artwork, including stained-glass windows from the workshop of Belgian artist José Gaterrath and the Stations of the Cross by the famous Spanish ceramist Jordi Bonet. Forestry is the basis of the local economy.
The location of the city of Clermont makes it conducive to outdoor activities of all kinds. First, the fishermen are pampered because of the presence of a salmon river; the Malbaie River.
The Village of Clinton is located 39 km north of the Trans Canada Highway #1 and Cariboo Highway #97 junction, with an elevation of 887 meters. This active community of 650 residents, with its colorful history of over 150 years and its unique western atmosphere, was founded as a direct result of the “boom” of the Cariboo Gold Rush.
Cochrane is a town in northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is located east of Kapuskasing, northeast of Timmins, south of Moosonee, and north of Iroquois Falls. It is about a one-hour drive from Timmins, the major city of the region.
Combermere is a village located along the Madawaska River in south-eastern Ontario, Canada. It is part of Township of Madawaska Valley. Combermere is best known as home to Madonna House, but the community provides access to numerous lakes and rivers for cottagers and tourists who visit the area.
Corner Brook is located on the western shores of Newfoundland, at the mouth of the Bay of Islands. With a spectacular combination of ocean and mountain scenery, four seasons, and friendly people, Corner Brook is known around the world as both a popular tourist attraction and one of the best places to live, work, and do business.
The name of the town comes from M. Edwin Crabtree who, in 1905, bought much of the land in the municipality to build a paper mill. He founded his company, Edwin Crabtree and Sons Ltd., and built a windmill on the Ouareau River, which had been used as a source of power for several industries since the mid-19th century (the first windmills, built in 1854, were wiped out by spring floods).
Creston residents enjoy a mild climate, stunning scenery and small town living at its best. There is an amazing array of ways to enjoy the community, from a thriving arts and culture scene, to volunteerism, to a quiet walk on a local trail, or a challenging hike in the backcountry.
Crofton is a community of 2,500 people, nestled into the shoreline of Osborne Bay and overlooking Saltspring Island. Its sloping topography offers dramatic views and panoramic vistas.
Dawson Creek is a city in northeastern British Columbia, Canada. The municipality of 24.37 square kilometres had a population of 11,583 in 2011. Dawson Creek derives its name from the creek of the same name that runs through the community.
Dayspring is a community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in the Lunenburg Municipal District in Lunenburg County. It is home to the traditional wooden shipyard, Snyder’s Shipyard, builders of Theodore Too, among many other vessels.
Deersdale is a village in York County, New Brunswick.
In the heart of the Temiscouata valley, Degelis is a town beautifully located between the Madawaska River and Lake Témiscouata, allowing locals and visitors alike to enjoy small-town life while also benefiting from all the conveniences of a big city. Renowned for its welcoming and spirited residents, Degelis will leave you with a warmth that will not soon be forgotten.
Vivre à Delson c’est choisir de vivre à 20 minutes de Montréal tout en profitant d’un milieu de vie paisible au coeur d’une petite municipalité au contexte architectural en plein changement.
En plus d’une panoplie de commerces, d’emplois et de services offerts par la Ville, l’accessibilité du train de banlieue facilite et agrémente la vie au quotidien. Tout est là pour s’épanouir et profiter au maximum de la vie.
The village of Doaktown’s Municipal Office is located in the heart of the Miramichi, along the Miramichi River. The famous Miramichi River is one of the most productive salmon rivers in the world, in both past and present day. Not only is the Southwest Miramichi River among the top 10 cleanest rivers in the world, it is home to the elusive Atlantic salmon that has tempted the skill of men for centuries.
Dolbeau-Mistassini is known as the world capital of wild blueberries! In August, the town celebrates this famous little fruit with a blueberry festival. This is also the time of year when the renowned Pères Trappistes make their wonderful wild blueberry chocolate.
Known for its beautiful landscapes and friendly residents, Dolbeau-Mistassini offers an enchanting atmosphere on the shores of the majestic Lac Saint-Jean. Along the lakefront, beautiful beaches of fine sand stretch out for kilometers and amongst them you can find the Vauvert-sur-le-lac-Saint-Jean resort. In the heart of town you can see where the rivers cascade into waterfalls; a poignant reminder of the town’s origin story where the Pères Trappistes first arrived by river.
Located in Brazeau County, in the heart of Alberta, Drayton Valley is a vibrant and established community. Residents and non-residents alike enjoy our family-friendly atmosphere, our many events and attractions and our location high above the North Saskatchewan River where the prairies meet the rolling foothills of the Rocky Mountains.
In the middle of the Boreal Forest, Dryden and its surrounding area is on the edge of three freshwater lakes: Wabigoon Lake, Thunder Lake and Eagle Lake. Our community and climate offer something for everyone – raise a family, launch a business or career, enjoy retirement.
Duncan is a city on southern Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. It is the smallest city by area in the nation.
Durham Region is east of Toronto, in the Golden Horseshoe area of Ontario. It is a mix of rural, residential, and commercial land. North Durham is mostly rural, with a thriving agriculture sector, and is home to Oak Ridges Moraine. To the south, lakeshore communities offer urban development and a diverse employment base.
Situated on the banks of the English River and within close proximity to the TransCanada highway, Ear Falls provides the perfect blend of small town life, with access to major business centers. The sense of community and the natural beauty of the region are unparalleled, and daily life in Ear Falls is calm and safe.
Located 15 minutes away from the city limits of Sherbrooke, East Angus is conveniently located near routes 108, 112, 214, 253, and Highway 10, providing direct access to anywhere in the province.
East River is a community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in the Chester Municipal District on the Aspotogan Peninsula on the Lighthouse Route at the junction of and Trunk 3.
Edmonton, capital of Canada’s Alberta province, sits on the North Saskatchewan River. Its past is recreated at Fort Edmonton Park, a living history museum with an 1846 fort and streets from 1885, 1905 and 1920. The city’s contemporary landmarks include the Royal Alberta Museum, with aboriginal-culture and natural-history galleries, and the futuristic-looking Art Gallery of Alberta, known for its First Nations art.
Edmundston is the perfect place to take a moment and stop along the way of your travels. Nestled between sparkling rivers and mountains weathered by time, the city of Edmundston is sure to impress you.
The Town of Edson’s strategic location on the Trans-Canada Yellowhead Highway allows Edson to benefit from private, commercial, and industrial traffic. This highway carries some of the heaviest traffic flow in Alberta, with a summer daily traffic flow of approximately 9,900 vehicles. With a friendly “small town” atmosphere, and great recreational and cultural facilities, you’ll feel right at home in our community.
Elk Lake offers beautiful scenery at all times of the year. The population is approximately 500 residents.
The town offers ‘great outdoors’ adventures for residents and visitors alike. Recreational opportunities are limitless. Hiking, skiing, boating, swimming, fishing, hunting and snowmobiling are activities available in abundance.
Elko is located at the junction of Highway 93 and the Crowsnest Highway, to the north of the Roosville Canadian-USA border crossing.
The City of Enderby is in the North Okanagan region of the Canadian province of British Columbia, between Armstrong and Salmon Arm. It is approximately 80 km north of Kelowna and 130 km east of Kamloops.
The Town of Englehart is a small community in Ontario’s Northeast, born as a result of the railway. As the Halfway divisional point, the town became a transportation centre for Northeastern Ontario.
Conveniently located off of the Trans Canada Highway, Espanola is less than one hour from Sudbury. Our community is well positioned on Highway 6, on route to the largest fresh water island in the world, Manitoulin Island.
Fort Frances. Fort Frances is a town in, and the seat of, Rainy River District in Northwestern Ontario, Canada. … The town is the third-largest community of Northwestern Ontario after Thunder Bay and Kenora.
Founded by Simon Fraser in 1806 on the shores of beautiful Stuart Lake, Fort St. James is the gateway to a chain of rivers and lakes that traverse 400 kilometres of central British Columbia. The population of the Fort St. James area, including the municipality itself, rural areas and First Nations, is approximately 4,500 people. There is an established forest industry, a growing mining sector and a growing tourism industry.
With a population of 21,000 and growing with the city itself, Fort St. John is the largest city in Northeastern BC. Fort St. John is not only the largest city in the Northeast Region of BC; it is also the largest city in British Columbia situated along the world-famous Alaska Highway.
The Municipality of Fox Creek is vibrant and bustling. Known mainly for its bountiful wilderness, Fox Creek showcases the very best of the surrounding forests, lakes and wildlife, making it the perfect location for enjoying the outdoors. Fox Creek combines a serene wilderness experience, with small-town hospitality and first-class amenities.
The Village of Fraser Lake is nestled in the heart of some of British Columbia’s most beautiful scenery. The area can boast of 170 lakes within a 50 mile radius and is the temporary home to over 1000 Trumpeter Swans, making it the Swan Capital of the world. It’s a playground of water and natural wonderland, where you can try your luck for trout or char in the Fraser and Francois Lakes, or the Nautley or Stellako River, world-famous for its fly-fishing and spin casting. An abundance of big game, migratory birds and world class fly-fishing, spin casting and canoeing, make Fraser Lake a fabulous outdoor recreation community.
Fort McMurray is a population centre, technically classified as an urban service area, in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo in Alberta, Canada.
Jaffray, British Columbia is an unincorporated village in southeast British Columbia. As of the RDEK 2011 census, the population was 820, spread over a rural area of roughly 44 square kilometres.
Gatineau, city, Outaouais region, southwestern Quebec province, Canada. It is situated on the north bank of the Ottawa River, opposite Ottawa, straddling the mouth of the Gatineau River. The city derives its name from the river, which itself was named for Nicolas Gatineau, a fur trader who reportedly drowned in its waters about 1683. Gatineau was originally a part of Templeton West but was separately incorporated as a village in 1933 and became a town in 1946 and a city in 1975. In 2002 Gatineau amalgamated with the nearby cities of Aylmer, Hull, Masson-Angers, and Buckingham, greatly expanding both its area and population.
Located in the north of Lac Saint-Jean, the municipality of Girardville is renowned for its hunting and fishing grounds, and is also known as a delightful vacation destination. Its vast green space allows for a wide variety of four-season tourism and ecotourism activities. For example, paying a visit to Santa Claus’ house during winter is a must. In terms of accommodation, there are options that suit every taste and budget, from hotels to some of the most reputable camping sites in Canada.
Located between Sudbury and Timmins on Highway 144, Gogama is one of Northeastern Ontario’s natural treasures.
Situated on pristine Lake Minisinakwa, Gogama is home to roughly 450 people, with the population increasing during summer months.
Gogama has a long history as an Aboriginal trading route and up to the 1950’s a Hudson Bay post.
Golden is a friendly and diverse community with warm and welcoming locals, it has plenty of room for tourists and visitors alike. Once you arrive here, it won’t take long until you are waving at new friends at the local grocer, smiling at a friendly face in the downtown core, or swapping stories at a local restaurant or community event.
Grand Forks is the perfect backdrop for families and retirees, with a strong commitment to healthy living, affordability and great quality of life. Incorporated in 1897, Grand Forks is the “hub” of the Boundary Region, located between the Okanagan Valley and the Kootenays. Our community is surrounded by fresh, pristine water from the Granby and Kettle Rivers and is nestled in a breathtaking and unique east/west running Valley.
Grand-Mère is an old Quebec city, Canada, merged with the city of Shawinigan. The old city is located in the north sector of the new city, on both sides of the Saint-Maurice River, and 45 km north of Trois-Rivières.
Grande Prairie is the youngest city in Canada and one of the fastest growing in North America. With more Grande Prairie residents preparing for kindergarten than getting set for retirement, the median age of our community of 68,556 is a youthful 30.3. Grande Prairie is a place to do business. With a spirit for innovation and entrepreneurship, we can tell you with confidence that Grande Prairie is a great place to invest, raise a family, and realize your dreams.
In 2009 Guelph was named Canada’s safest city, one of the country’s smartest communities, and Canada’s volunteer capital. The City of Guelph is rich in culture, architecture, parks and riverside green spaces.
A vibrant community of over 120,000 people, Guelph is ranked among the top ten places to live in Canada. The city is located in one of the strongest economic regions in the country: 100 kilometres west of Toronto, just east of Kitchener-Waterloo.
Halifax, an Atlantic Ocean port in eastern Canada, is the provincial capital of Nova Scotia. A major business centre, it’s also known for its maritime history. The city’s dominated by the hilltop Citadel, a star-shaped fort completed in the 1850s. Waterfront warehouses known as the Historic Properties recall Halifax’s days as a trading hub for privateers, notably during the War of 1812.
Hantsport is a Canadian community located in Hants County, Nova Scotia. It is administratively part of the Municipality of the District of West Hants.
Hardwood Lands is a community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in The Municipality of the District of East Hants in Hants County. Hardwood Lands remains a rural community today.
The town of Hearst is located on the TransCanada Highway, about 250 km northeast of Timmins, the regional centre for this part of Ontario. Given its location in the heart of the Boreal forest, Hearst evolved as a lumber town, and remains one to this day.
High Level is a town in northern Alberta, Canada. It is located at the intersection of the Mackenzie Highway and Highway 58, approximately 733 kilometres north of Edmonton and 725 kilometres south of Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.
The Town of High Prairie is located North of Edmonton and is the “Gateway to the Peace Oil Sands”. High Prairie is the most Southern access to the third largest oil reserve in Alberta (Seal Lake).
Respectful of our past, creating our future, Hinton is a community of opportunity – as an active, culturally rich, safe environment in which to grow.
The community of Houston is nestled in the beautiful Bulkley Valley amongst some of BC’s finest outdoor recreational opportunities. Strategically located halfway between the hub cities of Prince George and Terrace, Houston is home to the outdoor enthusiast.
The Town of Hudson Bay is nestled in the Red Deer Valley, between the Porcupine and Pasquia Hills in North East Saskatchewan. The location offers magnificent scenery, unspoiled wilderness and abundant wild life.
Huntsville is located in the hilly terrain of the Canadian Shield and is dotted with many lakes. Due to its natural environment and natural resources, Huntsville is a tourist destination drawing people from around the world.
Iroquois Falls is a vibrant community in the heart of Northern Ontario, home to 4,537 residents. The town lies just off the Trans-Canada Highway (Hwy 11) on the banks of the Abitibi River. Our town boasts substantial services and amenities, while offering an affordable lifestyle that is enjoyed by many.
ISLE PIERRE, 35 km west of PRINCE GEORGE on the NECHAKO R and the CNR
Jonquière is a borough of the city of Saguenay in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region of Quebec, Canada. It is located on the Saguenay River, near the borough of Chicoutimi.
Kamloops is a four-season adventure playground. Summers are long in Kamloops. From April to November the weather is perfect for hiking and biking trails, paddling lakes and rivers, and experiencing local culture. From mid-December to March, go downhill skiing or explore winter trails via snowshoes, cross-country skis or bike.
Kapuskasing is the largest community located directly on Highway 11 between Thunder Bay and Temiskaming Shores. With a population of just over 8,100 residents, Kapuskasing is surrounded by many small communities, such as Opasatika, Val Rita-Harty, Moonbeam, Fauquier-Strickland and Smooth Rock Falls, and acts as the centre of services to a total population base of approximately 15,000.
The village of Kedgwick sits in the heart of the Appalachian-mountain country, where you will find a rich history, breathtaking beauty and endless opportunities.
Kelowna is one of the most liveable cities in Canada. In a recent Canada Pulse survey, over 90% of residents reported Kelowna is “a great place to live.”
Known as the “Premier Boating Destination of North America,” Kenora is a vibrant city situated on the north shore of beautiful Lake of the Woods. Kenora boasts more than sixteen thousand year-round residents, each one looking forward to welcoming newcomers to this part of the world. Whether you want to experience unmatched wilderness adventure or enjoy water activities such as boating, fishing or simply splashing in the water at one of our five pristine beaches, Kenora has a timeless appeal that is sure to please.
Kingsey Falls, Quebec is a town in Centre-du-Québec, Quebec, Canada, with a population of 2,000 at the 2011 census. It is 30 km east of Drummondville and west of Route 116.
Gateway to a vast public land giving access to the Zec Stone House; magnificent hunting, fishing and walking area for snowmobilers and quad riders. Access to the public lands of the Department of Natural Resources and the Rouge-Matawin reserve which offers many outdoor activities. Les Ascensoises and L’Ascensois invite you to make a stop in their municipality to practice various recreational activities and, as a result, to meet smiling and welcoming people. Villagers, hunters and fishermen will reconnect with nature in a setting of great beauty. Dotted with lakes, streams and snaked by the beautiful Red River, where two public accesses are located, offering a 13 km family run to boaters and kayakers in a wild and natural setting.
La Crete, also spelled La Crête, is a hamlet in northern Alberta, Canada, within Mackenzie County. It is located on Highway 697, approximately 135 kilometres southeast of High Level and 701 kilometres north of Edmonton, Alberta.
La Doré is a small community located at the extreme west of Lac-St-Jean, more precisely 19 kilometers from Saint-Félicien. It is the last stop before the Ashuapmushuan Wildlife Reserve that separates it from Chibougamau. The Ashuapmushuan River is also the natural boundary with Normandin east of its territory.
La Sarre is a town in northwestern Quebec, Canada, and is the most populous town and seat of the Abitibi-Ouest Regional County Municipality. It is located at the intersection of Routes 111 and 393, on the La Sarre River, a tributary of Lake Abitibi.
La Tuque is an exceptional city where the pleasures of living in the city rub shoulders with the joys of nature and the outdoors. With us, traffic jams are absent, the community is tightly woven and the possibilities to flourish are numerous. For the entire municipal team, working to provide the best possible quality of life for our citizens is our true reason for being.
With a magnificent lake and surrounded by woods, the City of Lac-Mégantic offers a balanced living environment, a generous nature and mountainous horizons in the city. The name Megantic comes from the word abenakis ” namesokanjik ” which means “place where fish stand”. The Abenakis, however, were not the first to have trodden the soil of the region, since archaeological excavations reveal that Amerindians already circulated there more than 12,000 years ago. Which represents the oldest known site of human occupation on the Quebec territory!
Lachute is now recognized for many of its other aspects, such as its charming Anglo-Saxon style, renowned golf course, bustling downtown area, winter and summer, and agri-tourism diversity. Life is good in Lachute! Many popular events and activities take place throughout the year.
Ladysmith is a spirited community that values its small town quality of life, where we work together as stewards of our heritage, environment and economy.
Larouche is a municipality in Quebec, Canada, part of Le Fjord-du-Saguenay Regional County Municipality. It is located along Quebec Route 170 between Jonquière and Saint-Bruno, just south of the Saguenay River.
LaSalle is a borough of the city of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was founded in 1912 as a town. LaSalle is located in the south-west portion of the Island of Montreal, located along the Saint Lawrence river.
Laval is a Canadian city in southwestern Quebec, north of Montreal. It forms its own administrative region of Quebec. It is the largest suburb of Montreal, the third largest municipality in the province of Quebec, and the thirteenth largest city in Canada.
Lavington is an unincorporated community located in the North Okanagan regional district and Okanagan region of British Columbia, Canada. It is home to Lavington Elementary School, which is part of School District 22 Vernon.
Mackenzie BC is a friendly community of about 4500 residents nestled against the West side of the Rocky Mountains. Mackenzie was built in the 1960’s as a planned community so is well designed as a walkable compact community, and has the industrial area separated from the residential area to ensure clean air in town all year.
Madawaska Valley is a healthy, growing, and culturally-rich community which values the contribution that residents and business owners make towards providing affordable and accessible amenities and an unparalleled quality of life.
Founded in 1851, the city of Maniwaki was for several decades the hub of logging in the region. Today, it is the main business centre of the Gatineau Valley. It includes the administrative centre of the Commission scolaire des Hauts-Bois-de-l’Outaouais, a regional shopping centre and a wide range of businesses in the fields of commerce and services.
Manning is one of the newest towns in the North, located on the banks of the beautiful Notikewin River. The abundant wildlife in the area make Manning a hunter’s paradise.
Matagami is a town with modern infrastructure that allows its inhabitants to lead an active lifestyle and benefit from a high quality of life. The town offers interesting career opportunities as the local economy is based on mining, forestry, and various jobs in the public service sector.
Due to its geographical location, Matane is the first stopover town on the Gaspésie tourist circuit. It is the hub where two worlds converge, one facing the river that has become a sea, the other focused on the Matane River. In Matane, everything is done to welcome you in a friendly atmosphere.
Meadow lake is one of the most beautiful, peaceful places to live in Saskatchewan, and has experienced considerable growth in the past decade.
Meadow Lake is the main business centre in northwest Saskatchewan and serves the many towns and villages as a regional shopping centre.
Merritt is located 271 Kilometres (168 miles) northeast of Vancouver in the heart of the Nicola Valley. With a population of approximately 8,000, and a trading area of approximately 15,000, Merritt is the commercial centre for the area.
The Municipality of Minitonas-Bowsman is a vibrant municipality located in the Swan Valley region of Manitoba. It is rich in natural resources, providing economic opportunities in agriculture, forestry, tourism, outfitting and guiding.
The City of Miramichi Community Wellness and Recreation Department will strive to promote healthy active living for all residents thus improving the quality of life by providing access to efficient, enjoyable and safe recreational and leisure opportunities.
Formed in 1974, Mississauga is now recognized as Canada’s 6th largest and fastest growing major city with a population of 729,000 residents representing cultures from around the world.
The town of Mont-Laurier was created when the old territories of the municipality of Des Ruisseaux, and the old City of Mont-Laurier, were joined. Today, its population is over 13,500 people and its territory covers 591 square kilometers.
Montreal, Quebec, incorporated as a city in 1832, population 1,704,694 (2016 c), 1,649,519 (2011 c). Montreal is Canada’s second largest city and is home to nearly half of the province of Quebec’s population. It is the metropolis of the province and was the most populous city in Canada for a century and a half. It is located in southwestern Quebec on Île de Montreal at the confluence of the St. Lawrence and Ottawa rivers. Montreal is a major industrial centre, commercial and financial metropolis, railway and maritime bridgehead, and one of the centres of francophone culture in North America. It is one of the world’s great cities and enjoys international acclaim.
Nackawic is nestled along the scenic Saint John River Valley. Designated as the Forestry Capital of Canada in 1991.
Incorporated in 1896, the Township of Nairn and Hyman is a small rural community located just west of the city of Greater Sudbury, Ontario. Established as a logging industry on the Spanish River, Nairn Centre is the core residental area.
Nanaimo is a vibrant urban centre found on the east side of beautiful Vancouver Island where an abundance of recreation and cultural opportunities exist giving residents a lifestyle second to none for living, working and playing.
Greater Napanee is a part of the County of Lennox & Addington in the heart of Eastern Ontario. Conveniently situated along Highway 401, our borders stretch from the shores of the Bay of Quinte on Lake Ontario north to Roblin, the western gateway to the Land O’Lakes region. Greater Napanee is a vibrant, historic town with a population of 15,892 making it a great place to live, work and play.
New Glasgow is a town in Pictou County, in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada. It is situated on the banks of the East River of Pictou, which flows into Pictou Harbour, a sub-basin of the Northumberland Strait.
As the oldest city in western Canada, New Westminster has a long and rich history. In 1859, the Royal Engineers arrived from England to establish the first capital of the new colony of British Columbia. The chosen site was selected both for its beauty and strategic location on the Fraser River.
Normandin is located 490 km from Montreal, 1,002 km from Gaspé, and 616 km from Val d’Or. So, what would draw you to visit this city? Normandin is a vigorous and diverse agricultural community, with many dairy and cattle farms, and has some of Quebec’s most arable farmland. It is an area for nature seekers to discover and an ideal destination for those who enjoy locally made products and pastoral landscapes.
Nouvelle-Ouest is a village in eastern Quebec on the Gaspé Peninsula in the region of Gaspésie-Îles-de-la- Madeleine in the municipality of Nova in the regional county municipality of Avignon.
The community is located on the north shore of the Gouin Reservoir, 143 kilometres south of Chibougamau, approximately halfway between the Lac Saint-Jean plain and the Abitibi region.
Ottawa is Canada’s capital, a dynamic showcase city of more than one million people. Located in Ontario at the Quebec border, it’s a place where you’ll hear English and French spoken in the streets; where you can discover Canada’s proud heritage at impressive national sites and famous landmarks, including the Rideau Canal (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). It’s a city steeped in culture, with world-class museums and galleries displaying stunning national collections and special exhibitions from Canada and around the world.
Parent is located halfway along the railway line from La Tuque in Upper Mauricie to Senneterre in Abitibi. Surrounded by several bodies of water, including Mauser Lake and the Bazin River, Parent is isolated in the heart of a vast forest area.
Peace River is a scenic, vibrant, urban centre in Alberta’s north-west and is home to almost 7,000 residents.
Plaster Rock is a Canadian village in Victoria County, New Brunswick.
Famous for its charming rural atmosphere and rich history, Pointe-aux-Outardes is the perfect place for a nature getaway. Its river provides visitors with unobstructed access to 30 kilometers of pristine beaches for incredibly enjoyable days filled with swimming and sunbathing. In the summer, the water temperature rises up to 80°F, or 26.6°C. Pointe-aux-Outardes is a sports lover’s paradise, perfect for kitesurfing, paddle boarding, and all kinds of watersports, or for riding dune buggies along the golden sand!
This town is located twenty minutes away from Quebec City, twenty minutes from the airport, fifty minutes from Trois-Rivières, and two hours from Montreal. With full access to all services, Pont-Rouge feels like a big city surrounded by lovely green spaces. It covers 212 square kilometers and the population as of 2011 was over 8,500.
The Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District is a large and diverse area of over 6,600 square kilometers centrally located on the west side of Vancouver Island. It is bordered by the Beaufort Mountain Range to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. The city of Port Alberni is the largest city and commercial hub of the region. Port Alberni currently has a population of over 18,000 of the total regional population of over 31,000. Other population centres include Tofino, Ucluelet, Bamfield and several other small communities.
Port Alice is a picturesque community on northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Situated on the banks of Neroutsos Inlet and surrounded by lush forests and plentiful lakes, Port Alice is known as “the Gateway to the Wild West Coast”.
Located on the 50th parallel, between Tadoussac and Natashquan, the town of Port Cartier should be at the top of your list when travelling around Northern Quebec!
Rich. Rugged. Resilient. From remarkable coastal shorelines to the vast watery depths of the Pacific, Port Hardy has all the ingredients for the perfect wilderness adventure. Whether you come to hike the North Coast Trail, paddle along the rocky shores of neighbouring isles and inlets, or catch a salmon of a lifetime, discovering Port Hardy is truly remarkable.
Port Hawkesbury is a town located on the southwestern end of Cape Breton Island, on the north shore of the Strait of Canso in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. The Town was originally named Ship Harbour (after the harbour which it is located) and is largely a service centre for western Cape Breton Island. Many of its residents work in large industries in an industrial park located in the adjacent community of Point Tupper, Richmond Country.
Port McNeill is a town in the North Island region of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada with a population of 2,623. Located on Vancouver Island’s north-east shore on Queen Charlotte Strait, it was originally a base camp for loggers.
Port Mellon is a settlement in British Columbia. Port Mellon is the home to the biggest employer of the area, the Howe Sound Pulp and Paper Mill. Most amenities of the area are a short drive away in Gibsons
On the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, where endless green mountains meet sheltered Pacific Ocean waters, Powell River provides a stimulating blend of outdoor adventure and cultural amenities. Originally founded as a resource extraction centre – once home to the world’s largest pulp and paper mill – Powell River now offers adventurers countless opportunities for kayaking, canoeing, rock climbing, golfing, boating, hiking, biking, fishing, and scuba diving. This area is host to world-class art galleries, tremendous dining opportunities, and memorable events and festivals.
Price…a village lapped by the currents of the majestic Metis River; a town with a wide variety of services that benefit the people and allow for a good quality of life, simply a beautiful setting to live a good life. It is a vibrant community with a booming economy, many cultural and sporting activities, and an intriguing heritage.
Prince Albert is the third largest City in Saskatchewan. Located in the broad valley of the North Saskatchewan River near the geographical center of the province where the agricultural prairie of the south and the rich forest belt of the north meet. Much of Prince Albert is built on the sloping south bank of the North Saskatchewan River while the north bank provides a spectacular view of mixed forest, typical of northern Saskatchewan.
Visitors come to Prince Edward Island each year, attracted by our rich history and culture, world-class food, vibrant urban centres and quality of life and they and leave feeling enriched, enlivened and renewed by the experience.
Many locals contribute to our tourism industry. Some Islanders operate bed and breakfast operations or other accommodations. Island farmers, fishers and chefs produce and serve culinary delights. Artists of all types entertain visitors at concerts, galleries, fairs and ceilidhs. Beyond our beautiful natural scenery, world-renowned golf courses and fascinating cultural attractions, it is our legendary hospitality that keeps visitors coming back.
The City of Prince George sits on the traditional lands of the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation, whose name means “people where the rivers come together” in the Carrier language. The City’s logo reflects this “coming together” in the way it depicts the confluence of railways, highways, and rivers that give rise of PG’s reputation as Northern BC’s service hub.
The air is clean here and the landscape and rivers beckon one to take pleasure in the outdoors. Time slows down here in Princeton and you can get away on our lakes, rivers, trails and beaches.
The town of Princeville has 6,065 residents and is located in the RCM of the Érable region. Visitors can take Route 116, 165 or 263 to get to the very heart of the town, which is built at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains.
Traces of history are still felt and seen throughout Quebec City. From archeological remains, to historic buildings, ancient urban and rural sites, and landscapes carved by human existence over time and through traditions; the city remains conscientious of its important and meaningful history, and has spent decades of concerted efforts trying to preserve, study, and cherish it.
Located in the central interior of British Columbia, on the traditional territory of the Lhtako Dene, in Quesnel, we live life to the fullest. 10,000 people call Quesnel home and another 13,000 live in the surrounding area. With affordable housing costs, accessible amenities, and short commutes, we’re able to get out and enjoy the nature that surrounds us. Our industry is based in nature, but we love to get out there for fun, too. We’re a community that values our heritage, while embracing innovative ideas and opportunities to thrive. It’s in our nature to work hard and play harder, to help our neighbours, to challenge ourselves, and to celebrate our successes.
Regina is the capital of Saskatchewan, Canada. The Royal Saskatchewan Museum has exhibits on Canada’s Aboriginal peoples and native animals. It’s in the Wascana Centre, a park surrounding Wascana Lake. Also in the park is the MacKenzie Art Gallery, with local and global artwork. Hands-on displays fill the lakeside Saskatchewan Science Centre. The RCMP Heritage Centre celebrates the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Revelstoke and Area, with an estimated population of 8,000 has built a reputation for community
living in a spectacular and historic mountain setting. The community is rich in natural environmental beauty and offers many opportunities for new and expanding businesses.
Richmond is a culturally diverse and geographically unique community centrally located on Canada’s West Coast, in Metro Vancouver. The City is 20 minutes from Downtown Vancouver, and 25 minutes from the US border and it is the location of Metro Vancouver’s international airport.
In a burst of inspiration, nature sculpted Rivière-du-Loup’s site like an amphitheatre, giving everyone a stunning view of the constantly changing river. Yet the St. Lawrence is not the only backdrop for life in Rivière-du-Loup.
Being a resident of Roberval means you can breathe in happiness and fresh air. With exhilarating outdoor activities, a rich cultural life, large international events taking place, and a thriving economy, Roberval has become an effervescent city. Not only is it peaceful and safe, but residents can simultaneously enjoy the perks of a big city and the tranquility of the majestic Lac St-Jean.
Rocky Mountain House draws its rich history from the North Saskatchewan River. Fur traders used the River to transport goods east that were found west, within and over the great Rocky Mountain range. It was the prominent location of the confluence of the Clearwater and North Saskatchewan River where the two competing fur trading companies of the 1800s, the Hudson’s Bay Company and North West Company decided to set up trading posts. Both companies had the idea of using this site as a jumping off point for exploration of routes to the Pacific Coast, as well as for fur trading.
Bonfield is a township in northeastern Ontario, Canada, on the Mattawa River in Nipissing District. The township comprises the communities of Blanchard’s Landing, Bonfield, Grand Desert, and Rutherglen.
Located on Route 127, only fifteen minutes from Tadoussac, and sixty minutes from Chicoutimi, Sacré-Coeur is a beautiful town full of hidden treasures. The natural attractions found on its territory are countless, making it an ideal vacation destination for those interested in enjoying some of the greatest biodiversity in the world.
Saint-Honoré-de-Shenley is located less than twenty minutes away from Ville de Saint-Georges on Route 269, between the municipalities of St-Martin and La Guadeloupe. It was founded in 1854 and is ranked 10th today. However, the municipal corporation of Shenley County was not established until March 15, 1873. Since then, it has been on a historically replete path of success.
Saint John, Canada’s oldest incorporated city, is also the only city on the beautiful Bay of Fundy. There is simply no other place in the Maritimes where the urban charms of a vibrant, historic city nestle up against the grand, natural allure of this world-famous bay.
The delightful port architecture makes a perfect backdrop to stroll along Market Square, watching the cruise ships dock at the harbour and taking in the fine restaurants, galleries and shops along the way. View the famous Reversing Rapids as the tides of the Bay of Fundy actually force the waters at the mouth of the St. John River to reverse its flow.
The municipality of Saint-Benoît-Labre is part of the regional county municipality of Beauce-Sartigan, in the administrative region of Chaudière-Appalaches.
Spread over 118 square kilometers, Saint-Éphrem-de-Beauce is home to 2,650 people that live in sync with the rhythm of the local culture, business, and industries. This dynamism has always been, and will forever be, the respected trademark of our town.
Located on the shores of the Ashuapmushuan, Mistassini and Ticouapé rivers, Saint-Félicien is replete with natural resources, a rich heritage, and plenty of activities for tourists.
Saint-Georges-de-Clarenceville less than eight kilometers on the shores of Lake Champlain. The municipality also has three parks: Recreation Park, Bergevin Park and Reynolds Park. It holds the largest territory in the Haut-Richelieu RCM after Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu. Beyond its local beauty, you will also find the region has a wide variety of interesting attractions.
Saint-Hélène-de-Breakeyville is a district within the Les Chutes-de-la-Chaudière-Est borough of the city of Lévis. It is located on the Chaudière River
Located between Massif de Charlevoix and the Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu, approximately seventy-five minutes from Quebec City, Saint-Hilarion will charm you with the beauty of its landscapes and numerous agricultural valleys. With a population of 1,200, it is a serene municipality where people live happily alongside splendid nature.
The city of Saint-Jérôme is located between Montreal (the number one urban center in Quebec) and Mont-Tremblant (the most famous destination for adventure tourism in the province). This mix of urban and leisure sets the tone for this Laurentian capital. The people of Saint-Jérôme lead a pleasant lifestyle at the crossroads between the big city and wild nature.
This municipality is located in the heart of the Appalachians on the Canadian-American border. Saint-Just-de-Bretenières was founded and developed due to the logging industry, which is still the driving force behind their economy today. On its vast territory, you can find forests, peat bogs, and many activities offered by the Appalachian Parc for visitors and nature lovers to enjoy.
Saint-Léonard is a charming community and is particularly picturesque during the warm days of late summer. The deep-green potato fields are accented by golden wheat, all set against a backdrop of the blue waters of the winding Saint John River.
Sainte-Aurélie is located south of the St. Lawrence River, about 100 kilometres from Quebec City in the Appalachians. This municipality was incorporated on April 3, 1909, on a territory of approximately 79 square kilometres. It belongs to the Chaudière-Appalaches administrative region and is part of the Regional County Municipality of Les Etchemins. The population reaches one thousand Aurelians.
Sainte-Thérèse offers the best of both worlds: pleasant suburban neighbourhoods, as well as diverse and stimulating urban centers. Only fifteen minutes from Montreal and the Porte-du-Nord, this community is full of energy and proud of its downtown community with its thriving restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues.
Saskatoon is a city straddling the South Saskatchewan River in Saskatchewan, Canada. North along the riverside Meewasin Trail is Wanuskewin Heritage Park, with exhibitions exploring indigenous culture. On the trail’s southern stretch, native wildlife inhabit the prairie grasslands of Beaver Creek Conservation Area. East of the river, the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo has manicured gardens and a children’s zoo.
Sault Ste. Marie (also know as the Sault or the Soo) is a city located on the St. Marys River in Ontario, Canada. It is the third largest city in Northern Ontario, with a population of approximately 75,000; residents of the city are called Saultites.
Sayabec is a municipality located in the La Matapédia Regional County Municipality in Bas-Saint-Laurent, Quebec, Canada. It is located in the Matapédia Valley between the Chic-Choc Mountains of the Appalachian near Lake Matapédia.
The friendly residents of the small coastal settlement of Sayward on Kelsey Bay live in a spectacular natural environment in the Sayward Valley of northern Vancouver Island.
Scarborough is the region of Toronto hugging the city’s eastern fringe. Known by Torontonians as a mosaic of different ethnic cultures, Scarborough is also known for its breathtaking natural scenery.
The town of Senneterre is located in Abitibi-Témiscamingue in the Vallée-de-l’Or Regional Municipal Country (MRCVO). It has a population of nearly 3,000 people and a charming and welcoming atmosphere. The area of Senneterre totals 16,524 square kilometers, making it the third largest town in Quebec. Its immense territory, with land as far as the eye can see, has many lakes and rivers, perfect for both summer and winter activities.
Nestled along the banks of the meandering Saint-Maurice River, Shawinigan has always caught the imagination for its dense boreal forest and vast bodies of water. These unique habitats have become the subjects of scientific and cultural inquiry, further adding to the activity of the city. Covering nearly a thousand square kilometers, there is plenty of room for activities all year round.
Sherbrooke is a city in southern Quebec, Canada. Sherbrooke is situated at the confluence of the Saint-François and Magog rivers in the heart of the Estrie administrative region.
Meaning Strong Water or Turbulent Water in the Chinook language, Skookumchuk is located where the Lussier and Skookumchuk Rivers enter the Kootenay River, south of Columbia Lake in the Kootenay River Valley.
Slave Lake is a small town in northern Alberta, Canada about 200 km northwest of Edmonton and a similar distance southwest of Fort McMurray.
The Village of Slocan is a small, peaceful community at the south end of Slocan Lake where the Slocan River begins. It wasn’t always so peaceful. During the 1890’s, it was a bustling, boisterous, boom-town filled with hotels, saloons, pack teams, and rail cars filled with ore and miners in pursuit of the ever elusive “mother-lode”.
Nearly 6,000 people call Smithers home and nearly 20,000 live in the surrounding valley and rural communities. As a service centre, Smithers offers many more amenities than you might expect for a town its size. The Bulkley River borders Smithers and lends its name to the valley. Smithers is a mountain town, set against the backdrop of the Hudson Bay Mountain and with vistas of the Babine and Telkwa Mountain Ranges.
St. Catharines is the largest city in the Niagara region, located in south-central Ontario. Also known as “The Garden City,” St. Catharines is renowned for its lush parks, gardens and trails.
St. John’s is a vibrant City balancing our strong sense of heritage with the needs of a modern urban population. As one of the oldest cities in North America we have a unique history, discover more about how our City has grown through the years in our history section.
The municipality of St-Côme-Linière can be found on the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River, in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. It is part of the Beauce region, and is about thirty kilometers from the border of Maine. La Rivière du Loup, a tributary of la Chaudière, flows through this peaceful town. To the north, you will find Saint-Georges, and to the south, Armstrong, both accessible via Route 173.
The town of Saint-Fulgence-de-l’Anse-aux-Foins is resolutely orientated to the future; focused on harmonizing its adventure tourism with local businesses, services, agriculture, and forestry.
Saint-Georges, often unofficially known as Saint-Georges-de-Champlain, was a former village municipality and is now a sector of the city of Shawinigan.
Saint-Ludger-de-Milot is a charming and vibrant municipality. The community likes to organize gatherings and activities to be enjoyed by all.
Saint-Michel-du-Squatec is a municipality in the Canadian province of Quebec, located in the Témiscouata Regional County Municipality.
Saint-Pamphile is a town in Quebec situated in the L’Islet Regional County Municipality in the Chaudière-Appalaches administrative district.
This small town in Lac St-Jean has a growing community that is constantly evolving as more and more people become interested in this area.
Saint-Roch-de-Mékinac is a parish municipality in the Mékinac Regional County Municipality, in administrative region of Mauricie, in the province of Quebec in Canada.
St. Stephen, New Brunswick, Canada… bustling town on the U.S. border with a beautiful coastal setting, easy connections to three major cities & international airports, affordable property and a low-stress lifestyle.
Saint-Thomas-Didyme is a municipality in Maria-Chapdelaine Regional County Municipality in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region of Quebec, Canada.
This municipality is spread out over seventy square kilometers, with an urban hub at the center of an important agricultural plain. Farming is the driving force behind the economy.
Strathnaver is a Canadian village in British Columbia’s Cariboo Regional District.
Sundre is a town in central Alberta, Canada. It is located in Mountain View County, 100 km northwest from Calgary, along the Cowboy Trail in the Canadian Rockies foothills.
Sussex is a town in Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada. Sussex straddles the Kennebecasis River, 70 km northeast of Saint John, and is a major dairy product producer in the province. It is home to Atlantic Canada’s largest hot air balloon festival.
The District of Taylor, the fastest growing community in the Peace River Region, a community that values and nurtures personal endeavor, affordable living and unrivaled amenities for the whole family to enjoy.
The Anglo-Saxon architecture, the flower gardens and the works of art of European origin enter agreeably in the natural and sumptuous setting of this company Town built on mountain slope.
Rayonier A.M., the main employer with more than 850 workers, exports its products to more than 50 countries. Guided tours of the Town and industrial visits are offered to visitors, by reservation.
Overlooking Lake Superior, Terrace Bay is a beautiful, charming little town along the Trans-Canada Highway – home to the Aguasabon Falls, Terrace Bay Lighthouse and the Slate Islands. We’re the spot for fishing, boating, kayaking and hiking on the Lake.
The Pas community is one of the oldest and most striking settlements in northern Manitoba. Boasting one of the three true blue lakes in existence outdoor adventure abounds set to the raw natural beauty that attracts visitors from around the world.
The City of Thorold is located within the Niagara Region, home to approximately 450,000 residents and welcomes 12 million visitors annually! The Niagara Region is located in Southern Ontario, nestled between Lake Ontario to the north and Lake Erie to the south.
Thunder Bay is the largest city in Northwest Ontario and contains nearly half of the entire region’s population. With incredible art, music, film, and culinary scenes, Canada’s Greatest Outdoor City is perfect for those who are not-so-outdoorsy as well. Thunder Bay has an international airport, quality hotel and accommodation options, and makes an ideal basecamp for all of your Northwest Ontario adventures.
Thurso is a city in Papineau Regional County Municipality in the Outaouais region of western Quebec. It is located on the Ottawa River, and is within Canada’s National Capital Region.
The City of Timmins, Ontario owes its birthright to the riches of the Canadian Shield. On June 9, 1909, Harry Preston slipped on a rocky knoll and the heels of his boots stripped the moss to reveal a large vein of gold which later became the Dome Mine. This vein was several hundred feet in length and was 150 feet wide.
Toronto is Canada’s largest city and a world leader in such areas as business, finance, technology, entertainment and culture. Its large population of immigrants from all over the globe has also made Toronto one of the most multicultural cities in the world.
Sorel-Tracy is a city in southwestern Quebec, Canada and the geographical end point of the Lake Champlain Valley at the confluence of the Richelieu River and the St. Lawrence River, on the western edge of Lac Saint-Pierre downstream and east of nearby Montreal.
The City of Quinte West is situated on the shores of the beautiful Bay of Quinte — gateway to the world famous Trent-Severn Waterway — providing access to a unique 386-kilometre system of lakes and rivers that stretches all the way from the Bay of Quinte to Georgian Bay.
Trois-Rivières is a city in the province of Quebec, Canada. The riverfront Boréalis museum traces the history of the local paper industry. Nearby, the Centre d’exposition Raymond-Lasnier displays contemporary art. Quebec Museum of Folk Culture explores the cultural life of the Québécois. Adjacent is the Old Prison, dating from 1822. The Forges du Saint-Maurice has artifacts from Canada’s first iron-working community.
Truro is a town in central Nova Scotia, Canada. Truro is the shire town of Colchester County and is located on the south side of the Salmon River floodplain, close to the river’s mouth at the eastern end of Cobequid Bay.
Utopia is a Canadian unincorporated community in Charlotte County, New Brunswick.
The city of Val-d’Or offers a quality living environment to its citizens, both from the point of view of its sports and outdoor facilities and the offer of cultural activities and products.
With its scenic views, mild climate, and friendly people, Vancouver is known around the world as both a popular tourist attraction and one of the best places to live. Vancouver is also one of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse cities in Canada with 52 percent of the population speaking a first language other than English.
Vanderhoof is a district municipality that lies near the geographical centre of British Columbia, Canada. It has a population of roughly 4,500 residents within town limits. Due to nearby rural communities without services Vanderhoof actually supports nearly 10,000 people. Vanderhoof’s economic drivers are the forest industry, agriculture, and related industries.
Vaudreuil-Dorion is situated to the west of the Island of Montreal, and is bordered by the Ottawa River, the Lake of Two Mountains, the Canadian Pacific Railway, the Canadian National Railway, and highways 20, 30 and 40. Vaudreuil-Dorion is effervescent and rapidly growing, with many residential projects underway, quality job opportunities, and burgeoning business districts.
Vavenby is a community of approximately 700 residents located in the province of British Columbia, Canada. Economy in the region centres primarily on forestry, logging, agriculture, and tourism.
Vernon is a city in the Okanagan region of the Southern Interior of British Columbia, Canada. It is 440 km (270 mi) northeast of Vancouver, British Columbia. Named after Forbes George Vernon, a former MLA of British Columbia who helped establish the famed Coldstream Ranch in nearby Coldstream.
Ville-Marie is known for its majestic lake and beautiful countryside. The oldest town in the region, its slogan reads: “Prenez un nouveau cap, Ville-Marie sur le Lac”, which roughly translates to ‘Change course, Ville-Marie on the Lake’). Set on the shores of Lake Timiskaming, the town has a serene and calm atmosphere that makes for an idyllic holiday. Amble through the town and discover century-old Victorian houses, an old agricultural school made of fieldstones, and the boomtown-style facades of the old city center. Only a few steps away from downtown is Centenaire park, which offers breathtaking views of the lake, and acts as a starting point for The Green Route; the longest network of cycling trails in North America. This park is a beautiful space where many cultural events and festivals take place during the tourist season. Throughout the whole summer, there are artistic performances there every Sunday afternoon. There is also a marina in town which offers a variety of services to boaters and other tourists who want to enjoy life on the water.
West Kelowna is a visually stunning community and a four-seasons playground, located on the western shores and hillsides of Okanagan Lake.
Whitby strives to meet the diverse needs of its growing population. The Town demonstrates a strong commitment to residents of all ages, from youth to older adults through its designated facilities, activity centres, and programs. Known for its friendliness and numerous events that promote community involvement, Whitby makes residents and newcomers alike feel welcome and an integral part of community life.
Whitecourt is a town in central Alberta, Canada within Woodlands County. It is located approximately 177 km northwest of Edmonton and 279 km southeast of Grande Prairie at the junction of Highway 43 and Highway 32, and has an elevation of 690 m.
Williams Lake is named in honor of Secwepemc chief William. The story of Williams Lake began in 1860 during the Cariboo Gold Rush when Gold Commissioner Philip Henry Nind and Constable William Pinchbeck arrived from Victoria to organize a local government and maintain law and order.
Elevated to town status in 1899, Windsor adopted its current name after Windsor Castle in England, in 1914. Known today for its ultramodern Domtar plant, which produces fine paper, Windsor had a rich industrial past, as told at the Parc historique de la Poudrière. This was Quebec’s first black powder or explosive plant, which began operations in 1864, and currently is home to an interpretation centre. The site features a guide, a multimedia show, and hiking trails where several archaeological artefacts can be admired along the Watopeka River.
Winnipeg is the capital of the Canadian province of Manitoba. Its heart is The Forks, a historic site at the intersection of the Red and Assiniboine rivers, with warehouses converted to shops and restaurants, plus ample green space dedicated to festivals, concerts and exhibits. Nearby, the Exchange District is known for its well-preserved, early 20th-century architecture and numerous art galleries.
The Regional Municipality of York stretches north from Toronto to Lake Simcoe and includes many hectares of protected Greenbelt. York Region’s diversity is evident in our nine local municipalities, geography, economic development and population. York Region works to provide residents and businesses access to a broad selection of services and resources.